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With topical debate and music.
BBC Radio 2
Discussing Julie Kirkbride, driving etiquette, affairs and the Met Office.
Discussing natural childbirth, teleshopping, MPs' expenses and disability.
Discusses North Korea, Brits dressed as nuns, snoring and Fred Bowers.
Jeremy asks who should be responsible for the pavement outside your house.
Jeremy asks if every community should have a youth club.
Jeremy discusses living in a block of flats and asks if they have a sense of community.
Jeremy talks about disputes between neighbours.
Jeremy launches Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign, celebrating the local community.
Discussing MPs' expenses, babies switched at birth and fighting for love.
With music and debate.
Discussing MPs' expenses, the smoking research centre, marriage break-ups and computers.
Discussing MPs' expenses, a lift plunging ten feet, a threatened pub and Welsh Devolution.
Discussing MPs' expenses, paintballing, emotional blackmail and greed.
Discussing the Gurkhas; a hit-and-run accident; money saving myths and Digging for Victory
Discussing DNA profiles, life after trucking, the BBC Trust and bicycle theft.
Discussing ID cards, neighbourly disputes, hard times and Action Man.
Discussing the 'least wanted' list, bidets, swine flu and stolen charity shop bags.
Discussing the school age, replacement buses, Margaret Thatcher and childbirth.